Nimal, 13 Sep 2019You sound like a paid employee/agent of Samsung.
Nevertheless, my team and I always use wir... moreFirat of all, I am not a Samsung agency or whatever and I am paid by myself. We are talking about the audio jack and it is valid for any brands of phones.
For the sake of serious musicians, they never use their smartphones for any serious music recording in the serious music performance.
And last, but (may be) least, I do not do any research or copy paste from google, but I am sure that it is more and more healtier not to use any smartphones. Just like our old peoples, back to 30 years and so. LOL
Nimal, 13 Sep 2019Also, Bluetooth headsets or earbuds are basically mini WiFi routers that you stick in your ear... moreOh please.
You forgot to include the sentence FROM THE SAME SOURCE, “ When you use a corded headset the RF Radiation travels right up the cord like an antenna into your ears. So Bluetooth and corded headsets are equally unsafe..."
I too can Google stuff up.
“ the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) currently requires the SAR for wireless devices to be 1.6 watts per kilograms or less. This figure was developed in the mid-1990s to protect consumers against short-term heating risks. The SAR for Apple AirPods is about 0.466 watts per kilogram”
“...the (microwave) oven operates at anywhere between 600 and 1200W, while Bluetooth earphones are categorized as Class 2 transmitters. This means they can transmit up to 10 meters and operate at 2.5 mW peak transmission power. To give you some perspective, 2.5 mW is 240,000 times less than 600W“.
Nimal, 13 Sep 2019Quote" The radiation from a wired headset results in weak radio waves at audio frequencies -- ... moreAlso, Bluetooth headsets or earbuds are basically mini WiFi routers that you stick in your ears. They emit the identical RF Radiation (a.k.a. microwave radiation), at the identical frequency, that your microwave oven uses to cook your food. The wattage obviously is different, but it is the exact same radiation. 1G, 2G, 3G & 4G cellphones also emit the same RF Radiation. If you wanna cook your brain use your phone near your head or use a wireless bluetooth headset and get your brain cooked up nicely.
7h3N319hb0r, 13 Sep 2019Number three is correct. Even wired earphones have radiation emissions. Plus the radiation emi... moreQuote" The radiation from a wired headset results in weak radio waves at audio frequencies -- difficult to detect, even with sensitive equipment, and several orders of magnitude weaker than the radio signal the cell phone produces. Using a wired headset is one of the safest solutions available for cell phone users.
You receive the strongest radiation dose from a cell phone when you hold it to your ear because it is close to your body; distance reduces any radiation hazard. With a headset, you can put the phone on your desk or car console, moving it away from your body to decrease your exposure considerably. A wired headset contributes very little of its own radiation. " End Quote
Devices such as Bluetooth headsets emit wireless microwave radiation. These radiations cause dangerous health hazards.
Maria, 13 Sep 201901. When doing a conference call, for example, they do it with such speakerphone (I do not kno... moreNumber three is correct. Even wired earphones have radiation emissions. Plus the radiation emissions of Bluetooth devices are not dangerous.
Maria, 13 Sep 201901. When doing a conference call, for example, they do it with such speakerphone (I do not kno... moreYou sound like a paid employee/agent of Samsung.
Nevertheless, my team and I always use wired headsets while making calls or conference calls from our mobile devices via; Skype, Zoom or GoToMeeting. We cannot use speaker phones as most calls are confidential and we cannot disturb people in the vicinity. Hence, a wired headset is mandatory. For that we need a 3.5 mm jack on our mobile devices.
Wired headsets will not pose any health risk if used properly. I have been using wired headsets for the past 15 years without any issue.
But soon as you bring your phone near your head or use a wireless bluetooth headset you get unbearable headaches which is due to; Quote "Short wavelengths, as well as the rapid rise and fall times of the pulses emitted by Bluetooth and cell phones, can damage human cells by throwing off calcium ion signaling and causing ion channels to leak. This cellular disruption can cause irreparable DNA damage, which increases cancer risk" End Quote.
Being a professional guitarist myself and when doing one man shows I always plug my mobile device via a 3.5 mm cable to my Nux MG 20 guitar multi effects pedal board so that I can play lead guitar over the top of the backing tracks. For that we need a 3.5 mm jack on our mobile devices.
Nimal, 13 Sep 2019Well a high end professional needs to answer calls and attend to conference calls and how to d... more01. When doing a conference call, for example, they do it with such speakerphone (I do not know the official name for something like speakerphone) so they can talk eachother like they do offline.
And they do not want to be tangled with any wired gadget while doing some works.
They are even far away from their phone while doing other tasks.
02. The musician never do the important task, like you said, with their smartphones. They still need a computer to do the important job. They may listen to the music via the phone in a spare time, just listening to the music for recreational time not doing the serious job in music.
03. About the health: even the wired ones need you to put the bud inside your ears. It may not have signal radiation but it can hurt your ear as well. So in this case, wired ones vs not-wired ones have the same effects.
I read many comment here and I want to write couple words about Note 10+.For me this phone is excellent but price is to high.I compare time when Note 9 appears on market and in that time this phone was brilliant like Note 10+ today but price was lower and Samsung offers better promotions for Note 9.Note 9 and Note 10+ are very similar with functionality but Note 10+ has few big improvements like quick charging, larger battery, slim body and wirelesses charging for smart watch.Package for Note 9 is better than Note 10+ I mean on small things like opening package box which is very bad on package for Note 10+.Phone easily can drop on the ground if you don't be very carefully with opening.Content in the box is purer then package with Note 9 . Trade in program in Serbia is completely disaster so if some guys from Samsung read this they need to now that prerecord program with trade in is very bad.Last year Samsung gave Smart watch for loyal customers for buying Note 9 so this practice with Note 10+ plus need to be continued specially now because Note 10+ is to expansive.Also I notice that Wireless share have issue if Note 10+ have clear view cover on it.Other things and improvements is obvious on Note 10+.I want also said that headphones sound quality this time is much better than headphones with Note 9.Users who has Note 9 maybe don't need to upgrade on Note 10+ unless price is to high.So far I am very satisfied with my Note 10+.
Maria, 13 Sep 2019Well, about the conventional audio jack:
The producer of the phones may think that their prem... moreWell a high end professional needs to answer calls and attend to conference calls and how to do that without a 3.5 mm jack required for a wired headset?
Also, a high end professionals needs a Note series phone with a stylus to sign off on scanned payment vouchers emailed to them.
What about high end professional musicians who need to connect their mobile device via a 3.5 mm cable to their guitar pedal boards to play backing tracks?
Please do not recommend wireless alternative headsets (Bluetooth etc) as high end professionals regard their health as a priority.
I have personally discarded Bluetooth wireless headsets several years ago after discovering the health risks it can pose to your brain and have also stopped answering calls with the mobile device close to your head. For that you need to WIRED HEADSET!!!
Nimal, 13 Sep 2019Any WIRELESS technology such as Blootooth, Infrared or WIFi near your brain is a HEALTH HAZARD... moreWell, about the conventional audio jack:
The producer of the phones may think that their premium phones are mainly for the have or the high professional that may not have time to listen to the radio/music with the wired headset/earphone.
But the producer still do this in their mid-range phones which for the teenager/the youths mostly.
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2019What screen on time you get at max brightness Depending on how yo use it, what apps you have and signal strenght , some people report up to 7-8 hrs
Mr.Mesbah, 12 Sep 2019S 10 plus model had the option of auto call recording in settings but the Note 10 Plus Model d... moreThe call recordind feature depends on the country where the device will be used, many countries do not allow it
Any WIRELESS technology such as Blootooth, Infrared or WIFi near your brain is a HEALTH HAZARD.
Ditching the 3.5 mm jack for required for wired headsets make the phone totally unusable as we can't even make use of the most important function of a phone - take phone calls!!! As we keep the phone two feet away from the head using a wired headset when making phone calls. Same goes for listening to audio books, music or you tube videos. Any phone without a 3.5 mm port for a wired headset is totally useless.
S 10 plus model had the option of auto call recording in settings but the Note 10 Plus Model did not have this feature.This is very important feature. please inform Samsung company to bring this feature by using update.
Gauty@N8, 08 Sep 2019Some cheap people don't know what is Galaxy Note 10+ is . It's very premium device and not mad... moreDoes it have everything? Where's the headphone jack, heart rate sensor, LED notification light? I use Note8, and a Note series should have everything. It has clearly not everything as you say. And if you don't care about the headphone jack, why bother if someone does care? For you this Note series is perfect, then leave it. As if you can change someone else's needs.
zee, 09 Sep 2019seems like your life starts from 3.5mm jack and ends at radio. go get a life. its USB C era th... moreIrrelevant. Some people just use a 3,5mm A LOT, like me. I use my own headphones, and I don't want to have an extra cable with me. So your comment makes no sense whatsoever. What car do you drive, one that is using a combustion engine? It's the 21st century, get an eletric car. See, stupid comment.